It takes big-league booty to hire Kim Kardashian.
The reality TV vixen charges a whopping $ 750,000 to $ 1 million minimum per product endorsement and makes a long list of diva demands during contract negotiations, “secret” business emails obtained by Radar Online reportedly reveal.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star and wife of rapper Kanye West requires five first-class plane tickets plus one coach fare for any travel so her entourage is always close at hand, Radar reported.
The company she’s promoting then must put everyone up in a luxury hotel, with Kardashian booked into a first-class suite, according to the emails.
“Portal to portal first class executive ground transportation, airport greeter service, security, glam fee (day rate for her hair and makeup squad), and a per diem,” also must be covered, Radar reported.
The former sex tape star then keeps an iron grip on all the details – including all photos.
“We would need approval over photographer, all photos used in print materials, glam squad (hair, makeup, stylist, manicurist), hotel/airline/car service and PR usage,” her rep reportedly wrote.
Kardashian, 33, is cashing in on her fame – and her 24.6 million Twitter followers – in a big way.
She has her own blockbuster video game with Glu Mobile and has shilled for Hype Energy drinks, the diet drug QuickTrim and Skechers Shape-ups shoes.
Companies that can’t quite stomach Kardashian’s price should consider her younger sister Kendall Jenner, 18, the email obtained by Radar said.
The fashion model who recently graced Chanel’s runway in Paris reportedly is available for endorsement deals starting at $ 500,000.